Wed, 10 April 2019
In this episodes, Kathy and I explain why certain supplements are essential to good gut health and brain function, as well as to potentially prevent damage from untreated obstructive sleep apnea or upper airway resistance syndrome. We end the discussion by exposing a major myth about a popular supplement.
Sleep Breathing Paradigm in Sleep, Interrupted
Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers (Talks about stress)
Vitamin D podcast with Dr. Gominak
Dr. Deborah Wardly UARS and ANP paper and effects on magnesium
Sleep apnea and brain damage (Dr. Ron Harper interview)
Sleep deprivation and effects on gut biome article
Dr. Mercola’s information on probiotics
Ferritin level and limb movements article
Direct download: 060_-_7_Supplements_to_Fight_Fatigue_and_Brain_Fog.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:59am EDT
Wed, 13 March 2019
One of the most common questions I get asked is how I can stay so thin and healthy. Kathy and I answered this question in a previous podcast (How I Stay Thin, Happy and Healthy), but I wanted to go into more detail about the who, what, when, where, how and why we eat as it relates to our health. I’m not a nutritionist, but questions about food and what I eat is so common that I though it was important to address this important issue, from a sleep and breathing perspective.
Summary of How I Stay Thin, Happy and Healthy Part 1
What to Eat
When to Eat
Where to Eat
How to Cook
Why to Eat Healthy
Wed, 6 March 2019
Why are our kids sicker, fatter these days? Dr. Leonardo Trasande, author of the book, Sicker, Fatter, Poorer: The urgent threat of hormone-disrupting chemicals to our health and future…and what we can do about it, answers this question. I’m so excited to have the privilege of interviewing the author about this important topic on this episode today. He will answer the following:
Wed, 20 February 2019
You’re excited that you were finally diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea. This could explain your years of chronic fatigue, weight gain and headaches. You start using your new CPAP machine at home with some degree of anticipation as well as a bit of trepidation. The first few days are a bit challenging but you decide to keep trying. After another 3 weeks of misery, you call your sleep doctor but she is not helpful. The equipment company send you a new mask, but that makes no difference. At this point you’re ready to give up.
In this podcast epode, Kathy and I give 5 reasons why regardless of which sleep apnea treatment you start with, you should not give up.
What combination of sleep apnea therapy worked for you?
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Threshold Concept blog post
Heal Your Headache interview with Dr. David Buchholz
CPAP troubleshooting steps podcast
Totally CPAP book
Nasal surgery and CPAP study
Unstuff Your Stuffy Nose ebook
Two things that go flop in the night blog post
Glyphosate in our food supply podcast
Pinterest board on cleaning products
The Autoimmune Fix book by Dr. O’Bryan
Interview with Dr. Stasha Gominak on Vitamin D
Direct download: Podcast_58-_Why_Sleep_Apnea_Treatments_Dont_Work_For_Some_People.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 7:00am EDT
Wed, 13 February 2019
In this episode, I have a discussion with Dr. Bill Hang, one of my original mentors who inspired me to connect the dots between dental crowding and sleep apnea. He will answer the controversial question, "Can traditional orthodontics cause obstructive sleep apnea"?
Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired
Dr. Bill Hang: Faceocused.com
Shut Your Mouth and Save Your Life by George Catlin
Orthodonticsandosa.com (promo code: turning point)
Sun, 3 February 2019
You made your New Years resolution to lose, weight, stop smoking or sleep better. But why is it that it’s so hard to keep going, let alone even to get started? If you have untreated obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), kathy and I will cover 5 of the most common reasons why people fail in keeping any goal in life.
CPAP Alternatives podcast
Sexual intimacy and OSA blog post
Brain dysfunction and sleep deprivation interview with Dr. Borelli
What are your specific sleep goals for 2019?
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